About The Ship
The Pirate Ship was custom built to navigate Mandurah's waterways and after nearly 3 years of planning and construction, was launched on November 19th 2018. There are bench style seats for everyone aboard. During the warmer months we have a shade sail that goes up and shelters two thirds of the vessel. There is a steering wheel for kids to play with at the front of the vessel.
The Pirate Ship is a non smoking vessel. We have a chest full of pirate hats and accessories for the kids and adults to wear. There is no wheel chair access at this time but we can assist people with walking frames to get on and seated. The gangway has hand rails on both sides to assist with one small step down onto the deck when the tide is out.
- 50 passenger capacity
- 1 toilet aboard
- Gangway for boarding makes it easy for any age
- Open air vessel will give you the best 360' views available aboard all tours
- Shade sail between our masts provides sun shade to 70% of the vessel.
IS THERE A TOILET ABOARD?
Yes there is 1 toilet aboard.
CAN WE SELF CATER AND BYO
Yes you are welcome to bring your own food and drinks. Passengers must drink responsible.
IS THERE A ESKY ABOARD?
Yes for our private hire. We have one large esky that you are welcome to use. We have three smaller containers that can be used as drink buckets. These need to be pre arranged and any extra ice needed for the buckets.
CAN WE PICK UP AT PRIVATE JETTY'S?
If the Jetty is a floating jetty and over 8 metres in length and there is clearance past the end of the jetty for the vessel.
Open 10am-3pm on Monday the 2nd of March for Labour day
We have a private cruise on Saturday the 29th Feb at 2pm and will not be operating a public cruise.
Crab Fest is on in Mandurah Saturday the 14th & Sunday the 15th of March tickets can be purchased at the foreshore for 30 minute cruises all day Adults $15, Kids $10 & under 3 free.
Saturday 21st March
We only have 2 public cruises operating due to private functions 10am and 2pm.